Assuming you look around the internet long enough and have oodles of cash just sitting around with nothing better to spend it on – chances are – you’ll find SOMETHING on the world wide web for the Giant collecter who has everything.
Case in point? This apparently authentic 2002 National League Championship ring – but this is not just any NLCS ring, no, it’s from Mr. Wheelie popper himself – Jeffery Kent.
Jeff Kent’s 2002 postseason, up until the World Series, was pretty sub-par given his lofty expectations but the 2000 NL MVP turned things around when the Giants knocked out the Cardinals in the NLCS and made their way to the Fall Classic. Kent hit three bombs in the seven game series, knocking in seven in the process – a team high. Unfortunately, we know how the rest played out but it didn’t change what an impressive series the six year Giant had.
As for his bling, the ring features thirty-six individual diamonds that fill the “SF” logo with a black onyx center. Two larger diamonds are placed near the bottom of the 14K gold constructed ring, resulting in nearly two karats of diamond weight. And the good news? It can all be yours for $4,600 bucks.
Or – you could just pretend to say you have a real one for about $120.
Check out the ring below: